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Steve Austin is an astronaut who is seriously injured when his spaceship crashes. Handsome and athletic, Austin undergoes a government-sanctioned surgery, which rebuilds several of Steve's body parts with machine parts, making him cyborglike. When Steve recovers, his machine parts enable him to have superhuman strength and speed, as well as other powers. With these powers, Steve goes to work for the Office of Scientific Information, battling evil for the good of mankind.

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Steve can't seem to stop the Venus probe as it cuts a swath of devastation on its way to a large city.
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The murderous Venus probe returns to wreak havoc on a city; guests Ken Swofford, Than Wyenn.
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At the end of an orbital test flight, Steve discovers he has moved six years into the future and is accused of treason.
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Steve goes under cover in the roller derby to capture thieves planning a Halloween job; guest Robert Loggia.
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Bank robbers attack Steve as he rushes to rescue schoolchildren trapped by a tornado on a mountain tramway.
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Steve wing-walks to win the confidence of a Soviet defector (Eric Braeden) flying a circus stunt plane.
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Steve's pilot girlfriend (Suzanne Somers) disappears with a top-secret aircraft; guest John Larch.
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Steve goes on a faked honeymoon to trap terrorists who penetrated OSI security; guest Lynette Mettey.
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A deranged scientist (Jack Colvin) forces Steve to use his bionic powers in a deadly moon-mining operation.
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Steve heads into space to learn why storms are ravaging Earth; guests Jack Colvin, Skip Homeier.
aired 12 days ago
Bigfoot, whom Steve believed to have gone into space with aliens, goes on a rampage in the wilderness.
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Steve learns that a friend of his was responsible for a pre-launch explosion in which Steve was injured.
aired 17 days ago
A hired killer stalks Steve as he seeks to join two space satellites; guest Jenny Agutter.
aired 19 days ago
Adm. Prescott orders the sub destroyed even though Steve is held aboard; guest Stephen Elliott.
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Sharks attack Steve as he investigates an abandoned nuclear submarine; guests Pamela Hensley, Josh Taylor.
aired 22 days ago
The search for a vanishing formula makes Steve the target of telepathic brainwashing; guests Les Lannom, Linda Dano.
aired 23 days ago
Steve must endure an Apache ritual to enter sacred grounds to find two missing scientists; guest Gerald McRaney.
aired 24 days ago
Soviets offer an absent-minded scientist $1 million for a few days' work, so Steve poses as him to find out why.
aired 27 days ago
Steve must choose between his life and the lives of thousands when a blackmailer threatens to use nerve gas.
aired 28 days ago
Steve has doubts about an East German scientist who left a conference complaining of heart problems.
aired 29 days ago
Steve goes undercover as an amateur boxer to infiltrate a suspected assassination team made up of alien expatriates.

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